The move comes after Disney filed a lawsuit against DeSantis, claiming he is leading a “targeted campaign of government retaliation” against the company.
The Florida governor would appoint a board of five to oversee the park’s special self-taxing district.
Republican lawmaker Josh Hawley is coming for Mickey Mouse.
Five Republican senators wrote to the TV Parental Guidelines Advisory Board demanding new tv ratings guidelines.
With aim that makes Elmer Fudd look like Annie Oakley, DeSantis has started taking shots at modern animation.
DeSantis has been targeting Disney since CEO Bob Chapek spoke out against Florida’s controversial “Don’t Say Gay” legislation in March.
DeSantis also accused Disney of hypocrisy, arguing that the company only takes a stance when politically convenient.
The Walt Disney Company is immediately “pausing” all political donations in the state of Florida.